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James Gannon Good afternoon and a warm welcome back to Edgeley Park, especially to Neal Ardley, his staff, players, and the officials of Notts County FC, that are able to attend this afternoon’s game. Given the respective strengths and league positions of both clubs, FA Trophy Fourth Round ties don’t get much tougher or more competitive. Despite the changes we made in the last round against Guiseley AFC we felt that our team would be strong enough to come through the tie. Likewise, the Magpies made progress away at Morpeth Town with a much-changed team. Regardless of the possible squad rotations made I expect today will offer a very competitive tie with the feel of a big league game (but without the valuable points). I am sure both clubs will have eyes on forthcoming league games, especially those coming up this coming week on Tuesday and Saturday. In any different season, which had started on time and had a better fixture schedule, this would be a competition that would be highly regarded, especially as it provides a real opportunity for non-league clubs to go all the way to Wembley. However, with last season’s final still not having taken place and the thoughts of an empty Wembley, it is

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difficult to get as excited about the possible outcomes in the competition this year. However, today’s match remains a valuable game for us to get back to the work in preparing for success this season. The squad is in good shape after recent performances and I am delighted to have a fully-fit group of players available for today’s game. We have worked hard over

Christmas to establish a strong league position and gained much credit for a very positive football performance against West Ham, so we should be going forward into this year with a real sense of confidence and seeking to build upon the work that we have done so far. Enjoy the game. JG 05


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Hello again, I write these notes just after our much-anticipated match with West Ham United, last Monday night. It certainly gave us national exposure during the run-up to the game. What a great performance from the team on a really bad night weather-wise. We were always going to be up against it, playing a side sitting 10th in the Premier League table but the team put in a performance we could all be proud of, at one time looking as if we would take them to extra-time. Today we welcome another cup game with the FA Trophy match here in Edgeley against Notts County, one of our rivals in the promotion race. The game should be interesting to watch as we fell to a narrow defeat away in mid-December when a defensive slip led to the only goal of the game. Hopefully we can move into the next round and add another game to what is turning into a fixture backlog. We have played a number of home games on the run, four including today, could have been five if a week last Tuesday’s home game with Eastleigh had not been cancelled due to this terrible virus. It means we will have played seven games in both January and February and six in March. At the time of writing we are sitting fourth in the table with games in hand still well placed for the play-offs, but a long way still to go. No doubt your return to school has been disrupted I know some of you are back and some working from home. We hope you are all keeping well and look forward to the day when we all meet up again at Edgeley Park. Enjoy the game.

Mascots Jacob Age: 7 Attends: Varna Community Primary School, Openshaw. Favourite player: John Rooney. Looking forward to: Getting back to Edgeley Park and seeing all the amazing County goals from TV in real life!

Ben Age: 11 Attends: Varna Community Primary School, Openshaw. Favourite players: Ash Palmer, Ben Hinchliffe. Ben says that County are the best team in the world and is sure Jimmy will take us up this season. He just hopes we can be there to see it!

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Notts County Nickname: The Magpies Founded: 1862 Stadium: Meadow Lane Capacity: 19.841 Address: Meadow Lane, Nottingham Postcode: NG2 3HJ Distance from Edgeley Park: 96.8 miles (1 hour 54 minutes) Current league position: 7th

Fellow promotion hopefuls Notts County provide the opposition for today’s Fourth Round FA Trophy-tie, and with both teams having started the season strongly it promises to be a very keenly-competed contest. The Magpies reached this round with a comprehensive 3-0 away win at Morpeth Town just before Christmas and will be out to better last season’s run to the semi-finals of the competition. Remarkably, today’s game is Notts County’s first of 2021, with covid postponements causing a 19-day break in their season. Indeed, since The Magpies welcomed County to Meadow Lane on December 15th we have played six games to Notts County’s two! Improving their away form is likely to be a Notts new year’s resolution, with just two wins from six games so far and only five goals scored away from Nottinghamshire. Victories at Sutton United and Chesterfield highlight what the team are capable of on the road, though disappointing defeats have been endured at Dover Athletic and Aldershot to stifle progress. Notts County haven’t won at Edgeley Park since August 1965. If they break that 55-year record today then a place in the last 16 of the Trophy awaits. 08

The Gaffer: Neal Ardley Ardley was appointed as Notts County manager in November 2018 shortly after ending a six-year spell in the AFC Wimbledon dugout. He arrived at Meadow Lane with experience of saving the Dons from relegation to the National League on the final day of the 2012-13 season before taking them into League One via the play-offs three years later. And it was hoped he would be able to prevent Notts County from dropping into non-league for the first time in the club’s history when he arrived as their third manager of the 2018-19 season following the departures of Kevin Nolan and Harry Kewell. Despite a spirited battle, however, The Magpies suffered relegation on the final day and, following the takeover of Chris and Alex Reedtz, Ardley was charged with the task of stabilising the playing side of the club and plotting the club’s return to the EFL. Ardley oversaw a huge turnover of players in his first summer at the helm and, after an understandably difficult start to the campaign, he led Notts County to third place in the table and the semi-finals of the Buildbase FA Trophy before March 2020’s coronavirus lockdown.


ENZIO BOLDEWIJN (b:Nov 1992 s:Jul 2018) Right-wing player bought from Crawley Town. His earlier football was played in his native Netherlands. RICHARD BRINDLEY (b:May 1993 s:Sep 2019) Right-back who was signed after leaving Bromley. His other permanent clubs were Norwich City, Chelmsford City, Chesterfield, Rotherham United, Colchester United and Barnet. TIERNAN BROOKS (b:Jun 2003 s:Jul 2020) Goalkeeper who came to Notts as a scholar after being with Sheffield Wednesday. Has been on loan with Lincoln United and Worksop Town. ADAM CHICKSEN (b:Sep 1991 s:Sep 2020) Left-back who started with Milton Keynes Dons and found his way to Notts via Brighton & Hove Albion, Charlton Athletic, Bradford City and Bolton Wanderers. MICHAEL DOYLE (b:Jul 1981 s:Jan 2019) Midfielder who started with Glasgow Celtic. He went on to be on the books of Coventry City, Sheffield United, Portsmouth and then back to Coventry. INIH EFFIONG (b:Mar 1991 s:Jan 2021) Stevenage forward who faced County earlier this season whilst on loan to Barnet. Joined today’s opponents for the rest of the season on a similar deal. JAKE KEAN (b:Feb 1991 s:Aug 2019) Kean is goalkeeper coach at Meadow Lane, as well as being registered as a player. He made his debut as an early substitute in Notts County’s inaugural FA Trophy game, coming on to keep a clean sheet as they beat Chesterfield 1-0. DION KELLY-EVANS (b:Sep 1996 s:Aug 2019) Right-back who was one of a clutch of trialists signed soon after the club’s transfer embargo was lifted last season. JIMMY KNOWLES (b:Feb 2001 s:Sep 2020) Forward who spends his first spell away from Mansfield Town with a season-long loan at County. ALEX LACEY (b:May 1993 s:Nov 2019) Defender who started with Luton Town and after several loan spells made his way to today’s opponents via Yeovil Town and Gillingham. DAMIEN McCRORY (b:Feb 1990 s:Aug 2019) Left-back who was most recently on the books at Burton Albion. Currently out with injury. CALVIN MILLER (b:Jan 1998 s:Jan 2021) Another to start at Celtic. The leftsided player had loan spells with Dundee and Ayr United before switching to Harrogate Town this season, from where he is on loan for the rest of the season.

JIM O’BRIEN (b:Sep 1987 s:Jul 2019) Midfielder who is a third Celtic product. In England his previous permanent employers were Barnsley, Coventry, Shrewsbury and Bradford City. LUKE PILLING (b:Jul 1997 s:Sep 2020) Goalkeeper who came through the ranks at hometown club Tranmere Rovers from where he made the move to Nottingham. CONNELL RAWLINSON (b:Sep 1991 s:Aug 2019) After starting with Chester City, this central defender headed over the border to figure for The New Saints and Newtown. Eight years on he returned to England to sign for Port Vale. JAKE REEVES (b:May 1993 s:Aug 2020) Central midfielder signed after a season with Bradford City. His first senior football came with Brentford, and later spent two years with AFC Wimbledon. RUBEN RODRIGUES (b:Aug 1996 s:Aug 2020) Attacking midfielder who joined from Den Bosch of the Netherlands, the last of several clubs in that country where he had spent his career to date. ELISHA SAM (b:Mar 1997 s:Aug 2020) Forward who signed after most recently being with Bulgarian side Arda Kardzhali. He has played in a number of countries before his move to the UK. SAM SLOCOMBE (b:Jun 1988 s:Aug 2019) Senior clubs on this goalkeeper’s CV are Lincoln City, Scunthorpe United, Oxford United, Blackpool and Bristol Rovers. WES THOMAS (b:Jan 1987 s:Aug 2019) Forward who started with Queens Park Rangers and made his way back to the EFL via various non-league outfits. Further clubs included Cheltenham Town, AFC Bournemouth, Birmingham City, Oxford United and most recently Grimsby Town. BEN TURNER (b:Aug 1988 s:Jul 2019) Central defender whose first club were Coventry City before moving on to Cardiff City, Burton and Mansfield. MATTY WOLFE (b:Jun 2000 s:Oct 2020) Midfielder who worked his way through the ranks at Barnsley and is on loan from them. KYLE WOOTTON (b:Oct 1996 s:Aug 2019) Signed from first club Scunthorpe when his loan was made permanent in Jan 2020. The forward earlier loan spells saw him with Lincoln City, North Ferriby United, Cheltenham Town, Stevenage and FC Halifax Town. Sam Slocombe

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County Heaven Hatter in Macc writes: Afternoon, everyone - and greetings from Edgeley Park for a fourth successive game, which, within that sequence, today covers a third different competition. The visit of the East Midlands ‘Magpies’ is also the first to SK3 by a club with ‘County’ as its suffix since Newport came here in March 2013, and, courtesy of an own goal, gave us what was to be our last home win in non-league’s top tier until our return more than half a dozen years later. Today’s Trophy-tie, of course, will offer a chance for (our) County to bounce back in knockout action, following the late FA Cup defeat we suffered, following a highly creditable performance, against West Ham five nights ago. That said, the players did themselves, the club and the National League proud - although, more than on any other occasion so far this term, the one matter for regret was that fans could not be here to enjoy the event and get EP rocking! We turned out one of our less inspired performances in the League at Notts one month and one day ago, so, hopefully,

we can take the opportunity to redress that this afternoon - and, moreover, obviously, in the reverse NL fixture here late next month… a week, as it happens, after we make our rearranged trip to take on those other Magpies from Maidenhead. So much for our visitors, then. Time now to hand over to my esteemed co-contributor, who has plenty of early-year updates for you about things Heavenly. Is that Notts-so, Sandy?! Sandbach Hatter writes: I’ll see what I can rustle up, my friend! After all, it’s Nott like I have anything better to do! Now, if you have never visited County Heaven before, you may be mistaken for thinking we are like so many other football fora up and down the country – confusing and unwelcoming. How wrong you would be! Firstly, our homepage is helpfully set out into five clear categories: ‘Welcome to County Heaven’, where you can introduce yourself when you sign up, and ‘meet’ the Admin team; ‘Stockport County Chat’, containing

everything Hatters-related, from match reports, first -team news and interview clips; ‘Other Stuff’, where you will discover a whole host of other sports to discuss, as well as Big Fudge’s Big Interviews (with several players past and present) and our infamous Off Topic section; the County Heaven ‘Games Room’, including prediction competitions, quizzes, limericks and so much more; and finally ‘County Heaven Indices’, where we have housed all the A-Z anthologies we have amassed over our DECADE as County’s premier fans’ forum! Secondly, you will not find a warmer welcome anywhere in the country – just ask the West Ham fan who signed up to have a chat with us prior to, and then after, Monday’s night’s narrow loss. In fact, fans of all teams (yes, even Burnley) are welcome to pay us a visit, so if you happen to stumble across this article, why not pop along and say hello? Until next time, folks, take care of yourselves, and each other. Animo et Fide. www.countyheaven.com 11


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Supporters’ Co-operative A couple of years ago Stockport’s Garrick Theatre did a performance piece called ‘Stockport Voices’ - a series of monologues about life in Stockport, based on interviews with people who live and work in the town.

There was much about County within the production following input from County supporters. The piece was performed a couple of times on stage, with County fans watching, and this was done again by the Garrick via Zoom in the early days of the first lockdown.

Obviously, the prevailing conditions would suggest that a Zoom effort would be likely, but with a live performance an option should circumstances change for the better. That’s the in-tray covered, and our ‘out-tray’ was also a source of encouraging news.

Fast forward to 2021, and our e-mail in-tray received a rare ray of sunshine in the gloomiest of times, as the Garrick confirmed they were planning a ‘Festival of Theatre’ in the summer, suggesting interestingly that the Co-operative and the Garrick might work together on a ‘Stockport Voices’ project that would be exclusively on County.

I had previously revealed that the Supporters’ Cooperative appeal in support of the Wellspring was ‘a few quid short of its target’ of £1,000.

The Co-operative Board are shortly to consider the matter, but it should be a no-brainer really.

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Well, late last week, happily we were able to confirm that contributions from County fans had smashed that target, raising £1,130 plus £205 in gift aid.

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Terrace Talk More cup action to come at Edgeley Park this afternoon as County host fellow National League side Notts County in the Fourth Round of the FA Trophy. Stockport overcame ten-man Guiseley here in the middle of December, whilst at the same stage of the competition Notts took to the road and headed up to Northumberland where they defeated Morpeth Town. Neal Ardley’s Magpies currently sit 7th in the National League just a point behind the Hatters and today’s visit to SK3 will be their first game of 2021 after their game with Eastleigh was called off because of Covid-19. Eastleigh had also been due to take on County at the start of January but again their predicament with the Covid-19 situation meant that yet another game for Jim Gannon’s side had to be put on the backburner. Many high-profile names have come out in recent weeks to make a case for a circuit break in football due to the high levels of games being affected by the pandemic. West Bromwich Albion manager Sam Allardyce and Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert have been in favour of pausing the season but by the same token Liverpool chief Jurgen Klopp, Rangers manager Steven Gerrard and pundit Gary Neville have all expressed a view to see the game carry on. What seems to have sneaked under the radar is the fact that clubs outside the EFL such as both of today’s teams have already had their season disrupted considerably due to what has been an exceptionally high number of cases since August. Whatever your view, is it right that over half the National League are in some cases three or four fixtures behind say teams like Altrincham, Torquay United and Hartlepool United? Today’s opponents have a lot of experience in their side with names such as the former Barnsley and Coventry City midfielder Jim O’Brien, another

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Coventry old boy in team captain Michael Doyle, League Cup finalist with Cardiff City in defender Ben Turner, Goalkeeper Sam Slocombe once of Scunthorpe United and Blackpool and summer arrival Adam Chicksen who lists Brighton & Hove Albion, Bradford City and Bolton Wanderers amongst his former teams. Another arrival for the Nottingham side over the summer was forward Kyle Wootton, who spent the whole of the 2019-20 campaign at Meadow Lane. He hit 13 goals in the league last season and started this season in top form with four goals from the opening four games. His last goal was the late winner against Woking at the start of December. Hopefully the local weather will hold and The Hatters will be able to progress to the next stage of the competition. 15


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FA Trophy Memories FA Trophy Third Round Replay, 6th February 2018

County 3-2 Maidenhead United (AET)

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On a near-freezing replay-night in SK3, the Hatters warmed the hearts of the County Faithful by dramatically edging out National League side Maidenhead United after extra time.

County took to the field at the outset showing just one change from the starting line-up for the original tie at Maidenhead three days earlier. Ball, now recovered from illness that had ruled him out over the weekend, was recalled in place of Gary Stopforth and as part of a 3-41-2 formation. The Hatters began in lively fashion – rendering Carl Pentney much the busier of the two goalkeepers. The visiting shot-stopper parried a low drive from Stephenson past the left upright after 17 minutes. And five minutes later, following a break by Jason Oswell, he blocked Matty Warburton before tipping over Adam Thomas’ follow-up. Thomas and Warburton both went close again, courtesy of shots that were narrowly shy of the left post. And as half-time approached, Pentney was again called into action to smother a long-range effort from Stephen O’Halloran, as well as keeping out another attempt by the lively Stephenson.

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Eleven minutes into the second half, and against the run of play, the ‘Magpies’ stole the lead. An attempted back-pass to Hinchliffe by Chris Smalley from the left did not properly carry on the slow surface – leaving Hyde to seize upon the ball, round County’s Number One and slot home. Four minutes later, the visitors doubled their advantage – as Harold Odametey’s looping cross from the right was headed in at the far post by Sam Barratt from close range.


Despite their forcing a couple of corners in the immediate aftermath, the Hatters looked to be exiting the competition – and in the face of opponents from non-league’s top tier who were content to play the game out. But eight minutes from time, County halved the arrears, after Scott Duxbury fed Stephenson down the left flank and the winger cut in to fire low past Pentney. Two late substitutions were made, and both new arrivals had a part to play in setting up a thrilling finale. First, Bohan Dixon tracked back to mop up a Maidenhead attack after Odametey had broken into the County box. And moments later, with added time about to begin, George West, with the aid of a deflection off visiting skipper Alan Massey, converted a Duxbury cross to bring the scores level and take the tie into extra time. FULL-TIME (after 90 minutes): County 2 (Stephenson, 82; West, 90), Maidenhead 2 (Hyde, 56; Barratt, 60 The momentum was clearly with the Hatters as the first period began – and just four minutes into it, they went ahead. Duxbury completed his own hat-trick of assists for the evening by exchanging passes on the left with Stephenson, before delivering a low cross that was turned in by Ball. Five minutes later, however, their numbers were reduced, when Winter picked up a second yellow card following a tussle with Odametey, and became the first County player to receive his marching orders since Lewis Montrose at Brackley almost two years previously. Energy reserves were required on the part of the remaining County players – but one with seemingly little shortage in that regard was the tireless Stephenson, who forced another save from Pentney just ahead of the extra-time break. During the second period, Maidenhead made a concerted effort to get back on terms. Substitutes Christian Smith and Maximilian Kilman respectively shot and headed wide, before the visitors’ third replacement Sean Marks was denied by Hinchliffe at point-blank range. But the Hatters held firm to book their place in the last eight. FINAL SCORE (after extra time): County 3 (Stephenson, 82; West, 90; Ball, 94), Maidenhead 2 (Hyde, 56; Barratt, 60). Team: Hinchliffe, Cowan (Dixon, 88), Duxbury, Winter (Capt.), Smalley, O’Halloran, Thomas, Ball, Oswell (Stopforth, 74), Warburton (West, 89), Stephenson. Unused Subs: Clarke, Ormson. Booked: Ball, Dixon. Sent Off: Winter. Attendance: 1,131 (21 away).

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The Hatters v The Magpies

Facts & Figures Head to Head

Goals scored

Played (all competitions): 34

County: 33

County: 9 Draws: 10 Notts County: 15

Previously at EP

Notts County: 47

Last time out

County: 6 Draws: 7 Notts County: 3

First competitive meeting Division Two (old) 18th October 1913 Stockport 1 Notts County 2

Previous games Tuesday 15th December 2020 Vanarama National League Notts County 1 Stockport 0 Tuesday 6th August 2019 Vanarama National League Notts County 1 Stockport 1

They played for both clubs Pegguy Arphexad, Tony Barras, Paul Hart, Sean Newton, Gareth Roberts, Simon Grayson, Fred Garrett, George Whitcombe, Jim Gannon, Matt Hamshaw, Chris Marsden, Rob Matthews, Brian McCord, Adam Nowland, Gavin Strachan, Tom Walker, Steve Burke, Ishmel Demontagnac, Tom Meads, Peter Bircumshaw, Alf Dolphin, Ali Gibb, Cyril Matthews, Peter Molloy, Keith Alexander, Brett Angell, Les Bradd, Ben Burgess, Glynn Hurst, Jason Lee, Chris O’Grady, James Quinn, Marvin Robinson, Kristian Dennis, George Dodd, Tommy Feeney, Arthur Green, Fred Jones, Albert Waterall.

Tuesday 15th December 2020 Notts County 1-0 Stockport County fell to a disappointing 1-0 defeat at Notts County in front of the BT Sport cameras, with midfielder Jake Reeves’ first-half strike enough to separate the two sides in a cagey affair at Meadow Lane. John Rooney came close to opening the scoring but was denied by a fine save from Magpies goalkeeper Sam Slocombe while Ruben Rodrigues saw his shot kept out by Ben Hinchliffe. But County fell behind when Reeves opened the scoring 10 minutes before half-time. In response, Alex Reid sliced a shot wide and Richie Bennett was denied by Slocombe as County slipped to just a second loss in nine games. County line-up (3-4-1-2): Hinchliffe; Hogan ©, Palmer, Kitching (Jennings, 46); Minihan, Keane (Thomas, 46 – Croasdale, 79), Maynard, Williams; Rooney; Reid, Bennett. Unused subs: Barnes, Britton. Attendance: 9,834 27


2020-21

Fixtures & Results Date Opposition October 2020 Sat 3 Torquay United Tue 6 FC Halifax Town Sat 10 Dover Athletic Tue 13 Wealdstone Sat 17 Chesterfield Sat 24 Chesterfield Tue 27 Solihull Moors Sat 31 Weymouth November 2020 Wed 4 Chesterfield Sat 7 Rochdale Sun 29 Yeovil Town December 2020 Sat 5 Bromley Tue 8 Barnet Tue 15 Notts County Sat 19 Guiseley Tue 22 Hartlepool United Sat 26 Altrincham Mon 28 Wrexham January 2021 Sat 2 Altrincham Mon 11 West Ham United Sat 16 Notts County Tue 19 Dagenham & Redbridge Sat 23 Boreham Wood Tue 26 King's Lynn Town Sat 30 Woking February 2021 Tue 2 Sutton United Sat 6 Yeovil Town Sat 13 Aldershot Town Tue 16 Maidenhead United Sat 20 Eastleigh Tue 23 Notts County Sat 27 Chesterfield March 2021 Sat 6 Weymouth Tue 9 Solihull Moors Sat 13 Dagenham & Redbridge Tue 16 Barnet Sat 20 Sutton United Tue 23 Eastleigh Sat 27 Hartlepool United April 2021 Fri 2 Aldershot Town Mon 5 Bromley Sat 10 Wrexham Tue 13 King's Lynn Town Sat 17 Maidenhead United Sat 24 Boreham Wood May 2021 Sat 1 FC Halifax Town Mon 3 Wealdstone Sat 8 Dover Athletic Sat 15 Torquay United Sat 22 Woking Sat 29 Yeovil Town TBA

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Comp Score A H H A A H H H

Att Pos

NL NL NL NL NL FAC4Q NL NL

0-1 2-1 3-0 5-2 2-1 1-1 0-0 1-2

- 21 Hinchliffe - 10 Hinchliffe - 6 Hinchliffe - 2 Hinchliffe - 1 Hinchliffe - - Hinchliffe - 2 Hinchliffe - 2 Hinchliffe

Minihan Minihan Minihan Minihan Minihan ³ Minihan Minihan Minihan

Jennings J Southam-Hales ¹ Stott Jennings J ¹ Stott ¹ Stott ³ Stott Stott ²

Maynard Maynard Maynard Maynard 1 Maynard Maynard Croasdale Maynard

Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Keane Palmer 1

Hogan Stott Hogan Hogan Hogan Hogan 1 Hogan Hogan

Kitching Kitching 1 ² Kitching ² Keane Kitching 1 ² Thomas Thomas Kitching

H FAC4Q A FAC1 H FAC2

4-0 2-1 3-2

-

Keane Keane Keane

Stott Stott Stott

Croasdale Croasdale ² Croasdale ¹

Palmer Palmer Palmer 1

Hogan Hogan Hogan

Thomas Kitching Kitching ³

A A A H A A H

NL NL NL FAT3 NL NL NL

2-0 2-1 0-1 3-1 0-4 1-1 2-0

Thomas Minihan Minihan Keane Minihan Minihan Stott

Jennings J Jennings J Williams Southam-Hales ¹ Williams Williams Southam-Hales ¹

Maynard Maynard Maynard Croasdale Croasdale Maynard Maynard

Keane Keane Palmer Palmer Palmer Keane Keane 1

Hogan Hogan Hogan Stott Hogan Hogan Hogan

Kitching ³ Williams ¹ Kitching ¹ Kitching Kitching Kitching Kitching

H H H A H A A

NL FAC3 FAT4 NL NL NL NL

2-2 0-1

Stott Minihan 5

Southam-Hales ¹ Maynard Williams ³ Maynard

Keane Keane

Hogan Hogan

Kitching Kitching

H H H A A H H

NL NL NL NL NL NL NL

A A H H A H H

NL NL NL NL NL NL NL

A H A H H A

NL NL NL NL NL NL

A H A H H A

NL NL NL NL NL NL CSC2

-

Hinchliffe Hinchliffe Hinchliffe

1,031 11 Hinchliffe 792 5 Hinchliffe - 10 Hinchliffe - - Barnes - 13 Hinchliffe - 9 Hinchliffe - 4 Hinchliffe -

4 -

Hinchliffe Hinchliffe


Key:

CHE

STERFIELD FC

Bold = Goalscorer 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 = 1st / 2nd / 3rd / 4th / 5th Sub / = Yellow / Red Card = Penalty, * = Own Goal = Lost 6-7 on Penalties, = After Extra Time # = West Ham United additional unused substitutes: Jennings J, Stott

Rooney Rooney Rooney 2 Rooney 3 ³ Rooney Rooney Rooney Rooney Rooney 2 Rooney 1 ¹ Rooney 1

Bennett ² Bennett Bennett ³ Bennett 1 Bennett Bennett ¹ Bennett ² Bennett ³ ² Bennett 1 ¹ Thomas Thomas ²

Jennings C ³ Jennings C ³ Jennings C ¹ Jennings C Jennings C Keane Jennings C ¹ Croasdale

Reid ¹ Keane Keane Reid ² Keane Reid ² Reid Reid ¹

Jennings C Reid 1 ³ Jennings C Reid 1 ³ Jennings C 1 4 Reid

Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes

Stott Jennings J ² Jennings J ² Kitching ¹ Jennings J ² Jennings C ² Hopkins Jennings C ²

Keane ¹ Croasdale Croasdale Croasdale ³ Croasdale Croasdale ³ Owen Keane

Thomas ³ Thomas 1 ¹ Thomas ³ Thomas ² Thomas ³ Southam-Hales Southam-Hales ¹ Thomas ³

Bell ² Reid ³ Reid 1 ¹ Bell Reid 1 ¹ Bell ¹ Bell ² Britton ¹

Barnes Barnes Barnes

Hopkins ³ Jennings J Jennings J

Maynard ¹ Maynard ¹ Maynard 4

Southam-Hales ² Stanyer Southam-Hales Britton ³ Bennett ² Britton

Rooney 1 Rooney Rooney Gilmour ² Rooney Croasdale Croasdale

Bennett ² Bennett ² Bennett Britton ³ Bennett ¹ Thomas ¹ Bennett 1 ³

Jennings C Jennings C ³ Keane ² Jennings C Keane Jennings C 1 Jennings C

Reid 1 ¹ Reid 2 Reid Reid 2 Reid Reid Reid ²

Barnes Barnes Barnes Hinchliffe Barnes Barnes Barnes

Minihan ¹ Kitching ¹ Jennings C ² Hinchy Stott Stott Minihan ¹

Croasdale Croasdale Croasdale ³ Hogan Gilmour Gilmour Gilmour

Williams ³ Thomas ³ Thomas ¹ ³ Rooney 1 ² Southam-Hales ¹ Southam-Hales ¹ Williams ²

Rooney 1 Rooney 4

Bennett ³ Croasdale

Croasdale Jennings C ²

Reid 1 ² Reid ¹

Barnes Barnes

Minihan ¹ Hinchy 4

Gilmour Gilmour

Williams ² Thomas ³ Southam-Hales ² Thomas ³

Britton ² Britton ² Britton Bennett Britton Bennett Britton ³

Stanyer

Hopkins

Williams ² Williams ³

Minihan Minihan ¹

Williams ³

Minihan ¹

Palmer 5

Bennett ¹ #

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2020-21

CHE

Statistics W 6 5 4 3 2 4 5 3 2 2 6 4 3 4 2 3 3 1 2 2 1 1 2

D 1 2 2 2 2 2 0 1 2 1 0 3 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 3 1 2 1

Home L 1 3 2 1 3 2 3 2 4 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 4 2 5 3 8 5 4

F 17 16 16 10 7 16 14 13 12 4 13 12 9 16 7 7 16 2 10 11 12 4 6

D 1 1 1 1 4 3 2 1 2 3 1 0 2 2 2 1 0 1 4 0 2 1 0

Away L 2 2 1 3 3 4 2 3 0 2 4 5 4 5 2 4 4 4 1 4 3 4 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

Goals

0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 1 1 3 0 2 0 0 1 1 6 1 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 22 16

Subs

0 2 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 2 0 3 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 9 3 -

Starts

Subs

0 0 13 0 6 0 0 0 14 0 13 0 10 4 12 11 12 11 0 8 11 12 3 0 7 3 4 -

1 0 2 1 5 0 1 0 5 0 5 0 5 0 6 4 2 2 0 5 6 5 1 0 5 4 1 -

0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 2 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 3 -

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 13

F 21 10 9 12 13 12 5 8 11 13 5 8 13 7 14 10 10 9 10 7 5 7 1

A 11 7 9 11 13 11 5 10 4 7 10 13 12 17 10 13 11 11 11 16 7 20 11

W 12 9 8 7 6 6 7 7 6 6 7 6 6 6 5 6 6 5 4 4 2 2 2

D 2 3 3 3 6 5 2 2 4 4 1 3 3 3 5 2 1 3 5 3 3 3 1

Total L F 3 38 5 26 3 25 4 22 6 20 6 28 5 19 5 21 4 23 4 17 5 18 7 20 7 22 7 23 3 21 6 17 8 26 6 11 6 20 7 18 11 17 9 11 8 7

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 17 19 16 16 21 21 13 21 17 11 13 18 22 33 15 16 20 14 24 31 31 35 26

GD 21 7 9 6 -1 7 6 0 6 6 5 2 0 -10 6 1 6 -3 -4 -13 -14 -24 -19

Play-Offs: Elimination Round (5th v 6th, 4th v 7th)

Cup

Goals

Starts

Josh Barnes Nyal Bell Richie Bennett Louis Britton Ryan Croasdale Jordan Downing Harvey Gilmour Max Greenhalgh Ben Hinchliffe Jack Hinchy Liam Hogan Jack Hopkins Connor Jennings James Jennings Jordan Keane Mark Kitching Lois Maynard Sam Minihan Adam Owen Ash Palmer Alex Reid John Rooney Macauley Southam-Hales Finley Stanyer Jamie Stott Adam Thomas Jordan Williams Own goals Total

W 6 4 4 4 4 2 2 4 4 4 1 2 3 2 3 3 3 4 2 2 1 1 0

Play-Offs: Semi-Finals (2nd v 5th/6th, 3rd v 4th/7th) League

Player Roll-Call

A 6 12 7 5 8 10 8 11 13 4 3 5 10 16 5 3 9 3 13 15 24 15 15

Subs

Promotion

P 17 17 14 14 18 17 14 14 14 14 13 16 16 16 13 14 15 14 15 14 16 14 11

Biggest Win

Goals

National League Team Torquay United Hartlepool United Sutton United Stockport County Altrincham FC Halifax Town Notts County Maidenhead United Bromley Boreham Wood Solihull Moors Woking Aldershot Town Wealdstone Eastleigh Wrexham Chesterfield Dagenham & Redbridge Yeovil Town King's Lynn Town Weymouth Barnet Dover Athletic

Starts

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

STERFIELD FC

1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 15 2 3 1 1 5 0 0 11 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 18 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 15 3 2 2 4 3 0 0 18 1 1 2 15 2 2 1 14 3 1 4 13 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 13 1 2 1 17 3 10 1 17 1 12 1 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 1 7 10 1 1 5 6 0 1 0 - 35 19

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

Most Goals

Highest Attendance Lowest Attendance Top Goalscorer

Pts 38 30 27 24 24 23 23 23 22 22 22 21 21 21 20 20 19 18 17 15 9 9 7

W W L W W W W D W L W L W L W W W D L W L D W

Form Last 6 Matches D L W W L L W W W W W W W L D L L D W D W D L D D L W L W D D W L W L D L W L W D W L L W W W W W D L L W L W L W L D L L L W L W L D W L L L L D D D D L L W L D W W W L L W L W W W L W W W W L L D D L D L D L L D L L L L L L L D

Relegation

National League Records Saturday 12th December 2020 Chesterfield 6-0 Barnet Tuesday 13th October 2020 Wealdstone 2-5 Stockport County Saturday 17th October 2020 Wealdstone 4-3 Wrexham Wednesday 2nd December 2020 FC Halifax Town 5-2 Barnet Saturday 26th December 2020 Torquay United 6-1 Yeovil Town Monday 28th December 2020 Weymouth 3-4 Torquay United Saturday 26th December 2020 Torquay United 6-1 Yeovil Town 1,323 Tuesday 15th December 2020 Weymouth 2-3 Wrexham 337 Sam Barratt (Maidenhead United) 9 = 5 Goals + 4 Penalties Adam Thomas made his 150th appearance against West Ham United

# 1 2 23

National League Fair Play Team Notts County 16 Stockport County 16 Yeovil Town 44

1 2 2

Pts 74 84 196

Cut off dates for number of yellow cards in league matches only, cups are different: 5 = Following 23 fixtures, 10 = Following 37 fixtures, 15/20 = End of the season Automatic league suspension starts next match after an offence, automatic cup suspension starts next match after an offence in the same competition Yellow cards are specific to each competition, red cards apply across all competitions All details up to date as of Thursday 14th January 2021

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Today’s other fixtures Vanarama National League Maidenhead United v Yeovil Town Wrexham v Dover Athletic

Stockport County

Notts County

1

Ben Hinchliffe

[1357]

1

Sam Slocombe

2

Sam Minihan

[1359]

2

Richard Brindley

3

James Jennings

[1397]

3

Sam Graham

4

Liam Hogan

[1395]

4

Jake Reeves

5

Ash Palmer

[1372]

5

Ben Turner

6

Lois Maynard

[1394]

6

Jim O’Brien

7

Adam Thomas

[1373]

7

Wes Thomas

8

John Rooney

[1400]

8

Michael Doyle

9

Richie Bennett

[1396]

9

Kyle Wootton

10 Connor Jennings

[1339]

10 Callum Roberts

11 Jordan Williams

[1404]

11 Enzio Boldewijn

12 The Blue & White Army

12 Inih Effiong

14 Mark Kitching

[1398]

13 Connell Rawlinson

15 Jamie Stott

[1380]

14 Damien McCrory

16 Jordan Keane

[1370]

16 Dion Kelly-Evans

17 Macauley Southam-Hales

[1401]

17 Matty Wolfe

18 Ryan Croasdale

[1402]

18 Jimmy Knowles

19 Alex Reid

[1399]

19 Elisha Sam

20 Nyal Bell

[1367]

20 Ruben Rodrigues

21 Joshua Barnes

22 Tiernan Brooks

22 Harvey Gilmour

23 Adam Chicksen

23 Finley Stanyer

24 Alex Lacey

24 Jack Hopkins

25 Luke Pilling

25 Adam Owen

29 Calvin Miller

27 Jack Hinchy

30 Jake Kean

The numbers in brackets are each player’s unique Stockport County Appearance Number (SCAN), showing his position in the list of players to make their debut for the club in a senior competitive game. For more information please visit www.scanscheme.org

Buildbase FA Trophy Fourth Round Bath City v Peterborough Sports Boreham Wood v Torquay United FC Halifax Town v Southport Havant & Waterlooville v Altrincham Hornchurch v King’s Lynn Town Kettering Town v Leamington Maidstone United v Dorking Wanderers Oxford City v Haringey Borough Stamford v Hereford Sutton United v Dagenham & Redbridge Wealdstone v Gloucester City Weymouth v Darlington

Match Officials Referee Matthew Dicicco Assistant Referee 1 Alex Gray Assistant Referee 2 Jake Topp Fourth Official Jordan Crossley

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Boreham Wood Saturday 23rd January 2021 Kick-off: 3.00pm Vanarama National League

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